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  • Massive strike will keep ships docked on Wednesday and Thursday in all ports of Greece

    Massive strike will keep ships docked on Wednesday and Thursday in all ports of Greece

    Ships will remain docked on Wednesday and Thursday in all the ports of Greece because of a 48-hour strike that was announced by the Panhellenic Maritime Federation (PNO). They are demanding the drafting and signing of new collective labour agreements for 2023.

    Massive strike will keep ships docked on Wednesday and Thursday in all ports of Greece
  • Greece was the first country to offer aid to Turkey

    Greece was the first country to offer aid to Turkey

    Government spokesperson Yiannis Economou on Tuesday revealed that Greece was the first country to offer aid to Turkey when speaking at a press briefing in Thessaloniki.

    Greece was the first country to offer aid to Turkey
  • Seismologists: earthquake in Turkey will not affect Greece

    Seismologists: earthquake in Turkey will not affect Greece

    Greek seismologists are confident that the catastrophic earthquakes that occurred today in Turkey will not affect Greece, as they occur between other lithospheric plates.

    Seismologists: earthquake in Turkey will not affect Greece
  • Cyclone Barbara: Schools in Attica closed on Monday and Tuesday

    Cyclone Barbara: Schools in Attica closed on Monday and Tuesday

    Schools across Attica will remain closed on Monday 6 February as decided by the Regional Governor of Attica. The statement was made in connection with the arrival of the cyclone “Barbara” on the territory of the country.

    Cyclone Barbara: Schools in Attica closed on Monday and Tuesday
  • Barbara Weather Front Pounds Athens and Most of Greece

    Barbara Weather Front Pounds Athens and Most of Greece

    The weather front dubbed Barbara is bringing low temperatures, frost, and heavy snowfall even in Athens and other parts of Greece on Sunday.

    Barbara Weather Front Pounds Athens and Most of Greece
  • Search continues for F-4 Phantom pilot

    Search continues for F-4 Phantom pilot

    The search for the body of the squadron commander Statis Tsitlakidis the commander of an F-4 Phantom II of the 338th Squadron, 117th Fighter Wing, which crashed at sea, south of Andravida Airport, have so far remained inconclusive.

    Search continues for F-4 Phantom pilot